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Frequency IR Graph to Results Tab
PostPosted: Fri Feb 25, 2011 4:36 pm Reply with quote
amstoneberger
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Hey fellow EASERA users,

I am trying to analyze 5 different audio samples taken through different mesh types in EASERA. I have the audio samples overlayed on top of each other in the "View & Calc" tab and would like to import the data into the "Results" tab to get more detailed information on the differences between response.

I searched around on the forum for a while and couldn't find anything, and the Help manual didn't give me anything either.

If anyone knows how to do this and could help me through it that would be great. Also I guess if it's not possible that would nice to know too.

Aaron
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 28, 2011 12:02 am Reply with quote
Bruce
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Hi Aaron,

Generally the Results page shows you for all overlays what the Details tab shows for the active overlay. Most of the data shown in Results is from the Time Domain or Reverb Time. If you are trying to compare values in the Frequency Domain, then it would be better to use Export Spectrum from the File menu. This will allow you to export all overlays to a single file as rows or columns at the desired frequency resolution.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 28, 2011 2:16 pm Reply with quote
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Thanks for your help, Bruce.
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